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From We to ME

From We to ME

When A Partner or Spouse Dies Living With Bereavement  Alex James From We to Me  The relationship between two people is unique and the death of a person within that relationship and the feelings experienced by the remaining partner are as individual as the relationship itself. We all hide our true feelings beneath a shell, […]

Single Parenting Children

Single Parenting Children

When a Partner or Spouse Dies Living with Bereavement  Alex James Single Parenting Children  “I am trying so hard to keep things together; I try not to get upset in front of the children. At first I just kept busy but now I’m finding hard to get motivated. Sometimes I feel angry with her for […]

Rio: My children ‘shut me down’ after my wife’s death Former England captain Rio Ferdinand has told BBC 5 live that his children wouldn’t talk about the death of their mother, after she died of cancer in 2015. Speaking to BBC 5 live’s Emma Barnett, he said his children would “shut me down” when he […]

Death Of A Partner or Spouse

Death Of A Partner or Spouse

During April we’ll be featuring articles support and information for those who are bereaved through death of their life partner or spouse . We’ll be talking to organisations and individuals and we’d like to invite you to share your experience with us.  We’ll also be reviewing some new books and films  please get in touch […]

Not Ready To Say Goodbye

Not Ready To Say Goodbye

Douglas Davidsons moving song about grief  

For those impacted by traumatic events or bereavement.

The first Few Days  “It almost felt like I’d have to remind myself to breathe” Things can be so overwhelming after a traumatic incident or death, that not only might we find it hard to think about what we should do next, we might forget to do simple everyday things Remember that even though it doesn’t seem like […]

Talking to Children who are bereaved 22nd June 2016 Leave a CommentWritten by Alex James edit

For those experiencing sudden unexpected death we hope you may find the following useful   When a death occurs the household may become very active, there may be visits from family, friends neighbours and those involved in a more official capacity.There may be paperwork to attend to and many other things that require attention at […]

Information for those in supporting roles We also offer this excerpt of a chapter of our free e book specifically for anyone affected by this news in particular for those finding themselves in direct contact with,or supporting the loved ones and families of the deceased ; If you would like our support  contact us at either support@bereavement.co.uk or […]

Remember My Baby

Remember My Baby

  Remember My Baby ~ Remembrance Photography A lifetime’s potential memories lost in the blink of an eye. The moment you’re told your baby has died, that they’re stillborn, or will not survive more than minutes, hours, or days after their birth, you are shocked, and numb, there are so many unanswered questions rushing through […]